What’s The Point?
A Workshop on Using PowerPoint

Microsoft estimates that there are more than 30 million PowerPoint presentations made each day. According to recentreports, 25% of those presentations are a waste of time. The cost of delivering poor presentations – for presenters and audience – is staggering. Presenters who feel slides are more compelling than they are assume they must follow formats others have used. The core message gets lost in too much data and/or visual information.

In this workshop, we will challenge the way you think about creating PowerPoint presentations. You will learn how to craft clear, relatable messages and illustrate them with creativity and impact. You will practice defining your role as presenter and sharpening your aim for each presentation. You will come away with a different approach to creating and delivering PowerPoint presentations that are succinct, engaging and memorable.

If you  would like to speak to someone about bringing this workshop to your business, please contact John-Andrew Morrison at 212-924-8888 ext 124 or email him at jamorrison@thetaigroup.com .


From Participants

“The best, most relevant training I have taken in years. It worked! I honed my thinking, told a compelling story and left my audience with an idea of me, my topic and how I think.”

– Kathy Wiseman
President
Working Systems Inc

 
“The TAI experience is one that stands apart from any other presentation training for business professionals. Not only does the training teach self-awareness and confidence, but it also gives insight on how to connect with your audience in a way that is truly original and authentic.”

– Valeta L. Prendergast
Financial Analyst and Payroll Coordinator
American Jewish World Services


“What’s The Point?” was novel, informative and immediately useful. The presentation tips alone are worth the price of admission. I witnessed presenters and presentations transformed by the superb coaching in this unique workshop.”

– Ron Ansel
Director of Career Services
Touro College

 
“The 5 slide exercise forces creativity, focus and prioritization. In a world of info overload and PowerPoint boredom, this short course will add impact and imagination to your repertoire.”

– Jim Cornehlsen
Managing Partner
Future Search LLC

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